29th December 2017 UPDATE ON BABY ELEPHANTS ENROUTE TO CHINA It is with great sadness that we report yet again that the 34 baby elephants that were captured in Hwange National Park are already en-route to China as we speak. We understand from our investigators on the ground that 30 left and 4 were left behind, we are unsure of the reason. They were transported on the trucks pictured below and then flew via ETHIOPIAN AIRLINES (picture of the aeroplane supplied by WAR) today and are destined for zoos and Safari Parks. The registration numbers of the vehicles that transported the elephants are as follows: ADC 0973 ABS 4758 AAF 3149 ABB 0386 Our employed investigators supplied the vehicle details. We would like to thank everyone who tried to assist in stopping this terrible event from taking place but unfortunately, we have failed yet again. The damage that is being caused to the elephant family units is tragic and the Zimbabwean Government continues to export the babies without a care or worry about their well being or social structure. This is deplorable and extremely disappointing that these babies are continuously being captured and torn from their mothers. When will it stop?